Linkages Between Development and Spread of Extremism – Naxalism ( Left Wing Extremism)

  LEFT WING EXTREMISM Syllabus: Linkages between development and spread of extremism Table of Content Introduction Evolution of Indian Left Wing Naxalbari Incident Current Situation Stated Purpose of Movement Maoist Strategy Recruitments by Maoists Front Organizations and Urban Presence Where is fault of the government? Counter operations by governments Grey Hound police Operation Green Hunt …

Compilation – Insights Secure 2015 Questions and Answers – Second Week

Compilation – Insights Secure 2015 Questions and Answers – Second Week Members who contributed this time: 1). Urstruly KArtheek 2). Deepak Thurwal 3). Anand vardhan 4). Hatas Engineer 5). Devil Baba 6). LuV Group Name: The Undercover group Download: General Studies Paper – 1 General Studies Paper – 2 General Studies Paper – 3 General Studies …

[Insights Secure – 2015] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events, 5 January 2015

Archives – Secure 2014 Archives – Secure 2015 5 January 2015 Monday’s Topic for GS-1: Themes in Indian History – III, Class XII – Theme 13 (i.e. chapter 13) Please CLICK on the QUESTIONS to post your answers. They open in a new window/tab. General Studies – 1 Topic: Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of …

Ethics and Integrity: Insights Secure 2015 – 05 January 2015

Topic: ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions; role of family in inculcating values.  12) You are working a Superintendent of Police in a district where trafficking or women and children is rampant. Your wife who is very concerned and involved in many social works in the city insists you to come up with some innovative ideas to …

11) The United Nations Environment Programme, through the Stockholm convention on POPs, listed 12 organochlorine pesticides as persistent organic pollutants (POPs). Most of them are used in India by farmers and are found at alarming levels on vegetables and fruits. Examine the magnitude, implications of and reasons behind blatant use of these pesticides and insecticides in India.

Topic: environmental pollution and degradation 11) The United Nations Environment Programme, through the Stockholm convention on POPs, listed 12 organochlorine pesticides as persistent organic pollutants (POPs). Most of them are used in India by farmers and are found at alarming levels on vegetables and fruits. Examine the magnitude, implications of and reasons behind blatant use of these …

10) “The mess that we witness today in the Indian aviation sector is thus not only a consequence of flawed government policies but also constant meddling and complicit silence of some private Indian carriers.” Critically examine.

Topic: Infrastructure- Airports; Effects of liberalization on the economy 10) “The mess that we witness today in the Indian aviation sector is thus not only a consequence of flawed government policies but also constant meddling and complicit silence of some private Indian carriers.” Critically examine. (200 Words) Business Standard

8) In India though unorganized workers make up the bulk of working population they are kept out of many of government benefits. In this light, examine what measures have been taken by the governments at state and centre to address the problems faced by this section of population.

Topic: Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these schemes; 8) In India though unorganized  workers make up the bulk of working population they are kept out of many of government benefits. In this light, examine what measures have been taken by the governments at state and …

5) Women, Dalits and tribals, who are at the bottom of the pile, are said to be the most affected because of the ordinance that requires passing class 8 and 10 as eligibility criteria for standing for elections at panchayat level. Critically examine why.

Topic:  Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation.  5) Women, Dalits and tribals, who are at the bottom of the pile, are said to be the most affected because of the ordinance that requires passing class 8 and 10 as eligibility criteria for standing for elections at …

4) How an urban region is defined in India? Some commentators argue that considering the flaws in definitions, India has more urban centres than what government estimates reveal. Critically examine why.

Topic: urbanization, their problems and their remedies. 4) How an urban region is defined in India? Some commentators argue that considering the flaws in definitions, India has more urban centres than what government estimates reveal. Critically examine why. (200 Words) The Indian Express